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Greetings! Jacob de Vries here with an update of what's new at Apologetics Index and its related family of websites.
It's 27°C (81°F) in Amsterdam and I'm posting this update from aboard The Pollux -- a floating café and restaurant anchored in the harbor of Amsterdam -- where some the Apologetics Index team members met for lunch.
Over at Religion News Blog we have introduced a new, front-page column titled 'RNB Quick Takes."
This Religion News in Brief section includes links to off-site news articles and related religion information resources.
Items posted may include anything from quotes and summaries to statements of opinion — as well as pointers to a variety of resources — including books, forums and websites.
Each post includes a link to the source of the original news item.
Most items in RNB Quick Takes are also included in the archives for their relevant categories (e.g. blurbs about Islam can be found in the Islam news category).
We are continually -- well, time-permitting -- updating and adding links within Apologetics Index. Lord-willing in September this year our website will see its fourteenth birthday. Over the years lots of posted links to articles, discussion forums and websites have changed. Some have merely moved to a new address, but other resources have disappeared.
We try our best to update our entries with new information, additional research resources, or address changes.
Often articles and websites that have disappeared from their original locations can be found in the Internet Archive.
When necessary we link to those archived versions of articles and websites. For instance we just updated some links at our page of information on Landmark / Landmark Forum to point there.
Note that at times these items may take a while to load -- and occasionally they time out all together. In that case please try again later.
Should be of interest to those involved in discussion on creationism, evolution and intelligent design.
We're always open to hearing about new resources on topics covered by Apologetics Index. Feel free to contact us here.
Jacob de Vries,
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